Masks are now required regardless of vaccination status in L.A. county as coronavirus cases are again rising in every state. CBS News' Lilia Luciano reports.
Mask Requirements Return In Los Angeles County As Delta Variant Of COVID-19 SpreadsMasks are now required regardless of vaccination status in L.A. county as coronavirus cases are again rising in every state. CBS News' Lilia Luciano reports.
Some Mask Mandates Return In U.S. As COVID-19 Cases Rise In All 50 StatesThe number of American adults who are at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19 still has not reached President Joe Biden's July 4th target of 70 percent. CBS News' Natalie Brand reports.
Mask Mandate Returns In L.A. County Amid COVID Delta Variant SurgeLarge parts of California are returning to indoor mask rules and advisories with COVID-19 cases now on the rise in all 50 states. As CBS News’ Michael George reports, the increase is fueled largely by the highly-contagious Delta variant.
Indiana First Responders Group Joins Search Efforts In Florida Condo CollapseA group of first responders from Indiana were on the scene Tuesday night helping search efforts at the site of the deadly condo collapse in Surfside, Florida.
Former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld DiesChicago native and former Illinois congressman and U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has died.
Couple With Chicago Ties Now Among 12 Confirmed Dead In Florida Condo Building CollapseThe death toll in the condo building collapse in Surfside, Florida has now risen to 12 – and that figure now includes a couple with Chicago ties.
Confirmed Death Toll From Florida Condo Building Collapse Reaches 9More than 150 people are still missing after the building collapse in Surfside. CBS News' Manuel Bojorquez has the latest on search efforts, and we have the story of a New Jersey family who narrowly escaped with their lives.
Another Body Found In Rubble Of Collapsed Florida Condo Building; Total Of 5 Now Confirmed DeadAn underground fire is complicating the search for possible survivors in the deadly Surfside, Florida condo collapse, and 150 people are still unaccounted for. CBS News’ Manuel Bojorquez reports.
99 People Remain Unaccounted For After South Florida Condo Building CollapseSearch and rescue teams were set to work through the night at the site of the building in Surfside, Florida north of Miami Beach. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
President Biden Has 2 Weeks To Reach 70 Percent U.S. COVID Vaccination GoalThe clock is ticking as concern grows about the dangerous Delta variant. CBS News’ Mola Lenghi reports.
Ways To Go Before President Biden's Goal Of 70 Percent COVID VaccinationPresident Joe Biden is urging more Americans to get their COVID vaccinations, particularly given concerns about the Delta variant of the virus. CBS News’ Michael George reports.
Stephen Colbert Set To Host 'The Late Show' Live Again For First Time In Over A YearOn Monday night, Stephen Colbert returns to host “The Late Show” in front of an audience at the Ed Sullivan Theater for the first time in more than a year. CBS News’ Michael George reports on what viewers can expect.
President Biden Looks Ahead To Meeting With Vladimir PutinOne of the most anticipated meetings for President Joe Biden’s first overseas trip as president is a face-to-face meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. CBS News’ Skyler Henry reports on the challenges in U.S.-Russia relations.
North Shore Man, Christian Kulas, Charged In Jan. 6 Capitol AttackA Kenilworth man was arrested Tuesday on charges connected to the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Americans Enjoy Freedom With More Vaccination, But Questions Persist About Origins Of CoronavirusMany Americans are shedding their masks as the heat kicks in and COVID-19 vaccination numbers go up. But as CBS News’ Elise Preston reports, there are still questions about the origins of the virus.
Pandemic Not Over, But Memorial Day Weekend Marks OptimismWhile the pandemic is not over, there is lots of optimism this Memorial Day weekend about the summer season to come. CBS News’ Lilia Luciano reports.
National Guardsmen Talk About Defending U.S. Capitol After Jan. 6 InsurrectionFor the first time since the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the National Guard is no longer stationed outside for protection. CBS News’ Nikole Killion spoke to a pair of guardsmen who were there immediately after the insurrection.
Americans Are On The Move This Memorial Day WeekendCBS News’ Michael George reports travelers are hitting the roads and taking to the skies this Memorial Day weekend in numbers not seen since before the pandemic.
A Look At A Washington, D.C. Diner That Took Care Of Troops Guarding U.S. CapitolOn Sunday night, the mission for National Guard troops deployed to protect the U.S. Capitol following the Jan. 6 attack officially ends. CBS News’ Debra Alfarone has a look at a local institution that made sure the troops felt welcomed.
ViacomCBS HBCU Diversity In Journalism Scholarship VideoSupported by a $1-million endowment, the ViacomCBS HBCU Diversity in Journalism Scholarship, will cover yearly tuition costs for one or more graduates of HBCUs to enroll in one of USC Annenberg’s journalism master’s programs.
CDC Panel Recommends Giving Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine To 12- To 15-Year-OldsA panel of independent advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted on Wednesday to recommend Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for adolescents age 12 to 15.
FDA Authorizes Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine For 12- To 15-Year-OldsThis is the first vaccine available for that age group.
Congressional Republicans To Vote On Whether To Kick Rep. Liz Cheney Out Of LeadershipCongressional Republicans are set to vote on whether to oust Rep. Liz Cheney from her leadership position. As CBS News’ Christina Ruffini reports, the move has bigger implications.
2 Frontline Pandemic Nurses Celebrate Mother’s DayIt has been a tough year for health care workers, and now two nurses on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic are celebrating new life – and their first Mother’s Day. CBS News’ Danya Bacchus reports.